"I honestly don't think it's possible to mess this one up, which is the first time I've felt that way about running a team," said New York Knicks owner, James Dolan, who also released a public statement asking that he be referred to in the media as Jimmy Do-Lin. "Jeremy Lin is just so good and the team is absolutely flourishing around him. The guys actually look like they're having fun out there not just making millions to play a game. Even Coach D'Antoni is smiling. I haven't seen him this happy since I jokingly told him we weren't going to pursue Carmelo Anthony."
Dolan or Do-Lin, as he is now called said that having a young, franchise point guard at the league minimum salary is something most team's would dream of.
"But I don't want to stand pat," he said. "We can always improve, so that's why I put in a call to see if Isiah Thomas would be interested in coaching to put us over the top. He didn't pick up. He probably was worried I was calling to ask him to listen to my band's latest single. But I'll keep calling him. That said, Mike's job is probably safe as long as we don't lose another game."
The sorority girls are hotter at FSU than they are at Harvard, but a bit dumber.
"I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself" would be a good White Stripes song for Baron Davis.
Expect a Carmelo-related "Black to Losing!" headline soon.
Well, Alaska and Delaware are very similar states.
"Carmelo no longer has an obvious role on this team," head coach Mike D'Antoni said, "and we thought he would benefit from getting regular minutes."
The Knicks were just 10-12 with Anthony in the lineup and had been struggling since acquiring the once-superstar from Denver last season. However, Lin the second-year player who was undrafted out of Harvard has turned their season around, much to the delight of his teammates.
"I love playing with Jeremy so much," said star forward Amar'e Stoudemire. "He's way better than that guy who used to play for us. Carson? Carmax? What was his name again? Cancer?"
Anthony, who is recovering from an injured groin, is taking his demotion in stride.
It is now the No. 1 Chinese-language newspaper in Eagle, Colorado.
2011 just met 2012.